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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: October 17, 2005

U.S. News | International News | Medical News | Policy & Politics | Commentary & Opinion


U.S. News

HIV/AIDS Advocates Begin Campaign to End AIDS Walk in New York, Bound for Washington, D.C.

California: Lunch With Side of Health -- Grape-Picking Crews Get Free Food and AIDS Information

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New York: Buffalo AIDS Services Agency to Move to New Facility

Florida: New Leader Chosen to Revitalize AIDS Outreach

Michigan: School Board Approves Reproductive, HIV/AIDS Curriculum

Pennsylvania: AIDS Walk Helps Raise Awareness and Money

New York: Turnout Is Low at Buffalo Latino AIDS Awareness Day Event


International News

HIV/AIDS Contributing to Rising Hunger in Southern Africa, NPR's "Weekend Edition Sunday" Reports

Uganda Has More HIV Patients Than It Can Treat, Pfizer CEO Says

South Africa: Call to Address High AIDS-Related Deaths in Prisons


Medical News

Association Made Between Alcohol Consumption and Medication Adherence

U.S. HIV Treatment Guidelines Updated to Include Fuzeon


Policy & Politics

State Department Reiterates Call for Libya to Free Health Care Workers Accused of Infecting Children With HIV


Commentary & Opinion

Policymakers Should Discuss How to Promote Circumcision if Proven an Effective HIV Prevention Method, Editorial Says


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